Si da ming bu 3
Emotionless has left Six Doors, as has Cold Blood, who has decided to investigate the death of Lord Bu on his own. The departure of two of the four constables has effectively left Six Doors...
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Ryan B (ca) wrote: Several times in the past few years I'm reminded of how adroit my instincts truly are. Every fiber in my being was begging me to not select this vapid, clumsy-snooze of a film and go with my gut to watch literally anything else. I decided on watching "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III" for the capricious and newly realized anachronistic duty I felt to every cast member of my beloved "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" to follow each actors' careers as if they were my own. After the bilge that I sat through last night I've decided that why should I give the benefit of the doubt to their careers when clearly they aren't looking out for their best interests. Okay, that was a little much. I realize that Jason Schwartzman has filial reasons to be in the film, whereas Aubrey Plaza and Mary Elizabeth Winstead had such non-descript parts as to not even acknowledge their performance, still this little slice of terrible will shake the foundation of where my allegiance lies...that is to storytelling first and to the actors second. For now. "Charles Swan" is such a hyperbolically-infused exultation of one man's id that from the second the film starts, we're strapped in on an 84 minute carnival ride of base and depraved without any pit-stops or bathroom breaks. Who would have thought that a farce would be so intimate and so yet so insipid? This film is Charlie Sheen's version of "I'm Still Here" yet without any of the empathy, humility or acting...it's a B movie of a documentary that couldn't quite figure out that tongue in cheek is subtle, not barbaric and sloppy in execution; to belabor a point... Charlie Sheen is to subtlety as a burning school bus is to sexy...the two have never met.
Alex G (us) wrote: The Duplass brothers have an undeniable charm to their filmmaking. The film beautifully maneuvers between romance, comedy, horror, and drama. What makes this film special, is how well the film works between these genres without ever feeling forced or hammed-up. The director's charm is the feeling of realism and subtlety to each scene and character. Another added bonus--the twists are smart and unpredictable.
Abhishek S (jp) wrote: had an impact on me!
Roland J (de) wrote: Inte bara Haneke som kan! Svettig episodfilm i flera bemrkelser.
Kat S (es) wrote: With fantastcally structured story telling this film really makes an ensemble of plot points come all together at just the right time. Very rich and interesting film. I recommend.
Barry L (us) wrote: Very silly.....but I liked it.
Adrian S (it) wrote: The movie that shows what happens when family isn't there for you (not a spoiler) and why you can't hide anything (not a spoiler).
Michelle A (au) wrote: no info = no interest